Recent Stories on Sparks

July 27, 2015
Liz Oakley '16
July 22, 2015
“There's just so many assumptions you can make when you're talking about a problem or thinking about a solution in an academic setting that aren't true in the real world."
Swearer Center
July 21, 2015
Taking Cultural Community Beyond Campus
"I came into Brown expecting a community of Ethiopians and Eritreans but I was very surprised to find out we didn't have an organized space."
Isabel DeBre '18, Storyteller for Good
July 20, 2015
EmmaJean Holley ’16
July 13, 2015

Natalie is interning at Progreso Latino in Central Falls through the iProv Summer Internship Program.

Natalie Asalgado ‘16
July 9, 2015
In Pursuit of Institutionalized Inclusivity
"I think it’s great that you’re investing in recruiting minorities. What are you going to do to make sure they succeed when they get here?"
Liza Yeager '17, Storyteller for Good
July 8, 2015
"I want to do engaged scholarship that has an impact. A big impact."
Swearer Center
July 3, 2015

Grace is a TRI-Lab summer intern at Clean Water Action.

See below for links to posts from the other TRI-Lab Fellows.

Grace Molino '18
July 1, 2015

Deborah Lapidus led her first environmental campaign - against deforestation - as a sophomore at Brown and has been “hooked on grassroots organizing ever since.” Here, she speaks about the power of organizing and activism to combat climate change.

Yelena Bidé '15, Storyteller for Good
June 29, 2015

Shanav is the Founder of the Panika Project and a Social Innovation Fellow. His venture looks to create commercially viable products using hand-woven cloth from rural India, in an effort to lead the people of the Panika tribe to a future of self-sustenance.

Shanav Mehta '18
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